AWARDS

The Lester F. Ward Distinguished Contribution to Applied and Clinical Sociology Award, presented to a person who has made a significant contribution to applied and clinical sociology over a period of ten or more years.

The Alex Boros Award for Contributions to the Association for Applied and Clinical Sociology, presented to an AACS member who has served AACS with distinction.

The Robert Ezra Park Award for Sociological Practice, presented to an outstanding sociologist who has made a special contribution demonstrating how sociological practice (applied or clinical) can advance and improve society.

The Paul Wellstone Community Service Award, presented to a person or organization in the community where the Annual Meeting is held. The recipient of this award will have made significant and noteworthy applied sociological contributions in the community they serve. In some cases, it may be obvious how the award recipient’s work is sociological, in others not.  In nominating for this award, think of sociological work as broadly as necessary from the perspective of applied sociology so as not to unduly limit the field of applicable candidates.

The William Julius Wilson Award, presented to an individual or organization whose work has been demonstratively effective in breaking the cycle of poverty.

The AACS Client Problem Solving Award (Previously named Judith Little Student Problem-Solving), presented to the winning team of students and their advisor of the Client Problem Solving competition  as determined by the client and an adjudicating panel of applied/clinical sociologists.

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